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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:30 am
1. Who wrote this, about which newspaper?
“It carries on its shoulders all the unhappiness and disappointment of those who think they are clever but aren’t, who pride themselves on being able to think for themselves but have to be told what to think, who desperately need to see themselves as morally superior when life’s intellectual and social prizes pass them by, the social and emotional cripples who must learn to hide their rage at cruel fate behind the pretence of querying moral values. ______ has the magic property of making their ugliness a virtue, of allowing the nation’s Calibans a rose-tinted mirror before which they can mouth and grimace to their heart’s content, convinced they are the fairest of them all.”
2. How many newspapers is it true of?
UPDATE. The answers: 1) Auberon Waugh, about The Guardian, in 1995; 2) a lot.